17 Burst results for "One Five Hours"
"one five hours" Discussed on The Dictionary
"You you got this. I'll just read all the the the specifics the the Examples so hours and minutes is one fifteen one colon one five hours minutes seconds. Eight twenty five thirty eight colon twenty five colon thirty Bibliographical reference nation one thirty colon. Twenty so i think it would be a publication called nation and then it would be maybe page one hundred thirty and then the twentieth the line maybe Where were we ratio reddish to as in four two one four two one four colon one Proportion where it is red as is to or when doubled as as as in the example to one is two eight two four two and then it says a red as two. Oh two here we go yet. To is to one as eight is to four. i screwed it up Yep yep yep yep that is colon This is latin. Which means part of a poem from greek colon. Which means limb like your arm or your leg which is part of a stroke or strategy. That was a lot of information. I am sorry for that now. We have the third form of colon but you would pronounce it. I guess you would pronounce it cologne. Cologne co loan. Yeah Noun from eighteen eighty eight a colonial farmer or plantation owner and we have cologne again but this time it is spelled with an accent over the second o- or you could leave off the accent and you can put on an e. at the end cologne. This is a noun from nineteen sixteen one the basic monetary unit of el salvador until two thousand one and the number two l. It says just see the money table. So this is spanish. Cologne which is from cristobal cologne. Christopher columbus while that was his whole name cristobal cologne christopher columbus. I guess And they made any el salvador. They made their money cologne after him. So i thought i had something else to say. Yeah the word colon can mean a number of things which is Just kind of confusing okay. Next we have colin bacillus noun from eighteen ninety seven and the synonym is just e. coli and our last word is is. It's not pronounced how it should be pronounced. It is colonel But it is spelled c. o. l. o. n. e. l. Colonel obviously noun from enough fifteen sixty seven. One a a commissioned officer in the army air force or marine corps ranking above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier general. I will never keep that straight one..
"one five hours" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"Gonna do you wrong out of the gate. You just have to pay more attention. I mean look part of this game is putting titles in the environment and sort of you know basically being like. Don't talk to that guy or don't go in this event but then there is also outside of the narrative based stuff. There is sort of like quality of life advice. The will sort of say to you and be like hey. Don't play this game like you're never going to be here again. 'cause you will you'll have the opportunity to to see this area again and that's the key the cool thing. Is that the game. E every map that you visit in this game is is gated in a sort of you know way that you wouldn't need to explore a certain area until you realize oh i didn't realize there is this thing in this area i can now explore this and it makes sense and meshes along with the with the kind of like structuring. That they're trying to lay out for you. It is it it does feel experimental in a really kind of satisfying way Especially if you are just looking for something that's just fucking different and new. Like i do i do. I am able to scratch that ish with this game for sure. And i think that's probably the biggest reason why i like it so much and it's weird funky world. It's it's it's it's a strange place that they've created for sure. Do they give you like the you know. You're going after these targets. The visionaries like do they do a good job of setting up who these people are why they matter or or like do they give them enough personality to where you feel like you mentioned. Kill bill and the thing i keep thinking about is like all of those targets had a thing and fleshed it out a little bit and made and you know through various degrees but like do they make these characters feel human in a way that makes them feel like fully fleshed out or is it just like i'm the sword man. I'm double gun like per. Yeah right just you know. Do they feel like they have like meaningful personalities so without flirting too much with what they don't wanna talk about a talking. About part of understanding everything is going through the The sort of linear aspect of of what. This game is an as you do that. I think a lot of those answers. Those questions get answered. So so i have not felt a deep sense of absence with that kind of exposition But but you know people will play this game in different ways so You know in my for the first five hour playthrough that i did i failed a mission that the game was very much like do this do it do it do it right now. And you're just like all right. Well i'm trying to review this game so stop talking to me like that game. I need to play this thing and get to this spot so okay so we have another visitor again. We're talking about death. Poop and i'd say tapes in-depth poop. Yeah i think like. I wish i did that thing. Having gone back and did that again and realize like oh. This is what you know you you need to. Please don't push that was here but thank you so i wish i wish i got to that part and having gone back i realized why that game push me in that direction and then you realize like oh you can. It unlocks a thing that changes the play for you. But you don't have to do there. Is that sort of freedom there for sure. Oh that's pretty neat south a couple of weeks. I love gain stuff so surprise. It's still coming out this year. crime. Now i mean. I don't know what i'll say this like inouye. Did i get to the point where i was like. Oh this needed more time. Do you know what i mean like. I didn't get that five and that gives me a lot of Sort of conflict urging yeah definitely encouraging for sure. But but i but. I'm absolutely digging it and i can't wait to i. I'm i'm also not at the point where i can even even wrap my head around what the end of this thing is going to be like. So that's cool too. you know. Nice what else they had that. Call of duty beta over the weekend. I briefly looked at that thing. It was their new mode that they've been Loosely promoting as part of the big reveal of all their different stuff called. I believe champion hill. And it's like it's like a two two mode with multiple teams to basically so it's like to be to team death match. That is set. So it's it's a it's a map. Where they hub in the middle where occasionally all players will be there to make purchases like a counterstrike match or something really. Oh or like war zone or something. I'm going to run station going to buy a gun. I'm going to buy this perk. I'm gonna buy some additional armor. Whatever and you don't you don't fight in that zone. And then a timer will pick down and it will take basically The list of teams seven teams however many teams. It is Say the Somewhere in the neighborhood of of saturday somewhere in that zone it will take two teams matched them up and say okay go fight and all the teams go off into different spokes of the map. Where you've got like here's what area they don't really intermingle. You're just like oh. Here's these smaller areas where you can have these two two fights and you have a certain number of responds before your team is eliminated you can earn them by taking them for other players from other teams that sort of stuff and so you just kind of fight for a while and then whatever happens happens you lose lives you gain lives and whatever and then you off to the next round and then you're either spawned into another area against the different team or sometimes you'll end up with another by round retake the money earned by playing and go back in and and spend your your money on on upgrades and that.
"one five hours" Discussed on Recode Decode
"If you haven't seen a picture of this truck it does look in remarkably crazy algorithm shift. Allow you to start posting. Videos is kind of what we're talking about here like. Did you get an email to have youtube video mohand. The chief product officer youtube. Why did you perceive it. How are you tracking. That's especially if you've lasted about. You know when people come in the street cars. They don't really ask about the business of youtube which is half of what i do. Write a half cars. half of it is. Is you only ever get to discuss this with my fellow creators going to have these conversations. I'm pretty obsessive as far as youtube creators. i don't know anyone else. Who's quite as obsessive in terms of tracking metrics. And i'm sure there are others but in terms of cardi jigger certainly not them so i am able to kind of pinpoint what i believe to be moments in time whether our algorithm shifts youtube doesn't publicize it. They don't want you to know there are a couple reasons. They don't want proprietary algorithm. They don't want you to know what it is. But also i've always found a little bit strange. If they told us a little bit more about the algorithm week would probably be able to create content. Better served it. But they don't do that and so anyway. The point is i noticed these shifts and notice them with other creators. I pay a lot of attention to what other people are doing. What kind of us. They're getting so the one that we're talking about. I had started a second channel. Reduce some more creative content because it became clear to me that sort of lesser viewed videos would pull down your more view videos and what i learned it what i believe to be. A recent algorithm shift was. That's not true anymore and make the algorithms a little bit more advanced now and it can detect these videos that are lesser and kind of distinguish between them and the the bigger ones. Although i should note. I'm still kind of workshop on. I'm not sure that's true. I still look at some more to up with that conclusion. But that's what it looked like to me. And so i don't know you just have to pay close attention. Hope for the best. He say era obsessive about tracking. What are the metrics tracking counts as it drop-offs. Is it minutes watched. It's changed with the algorithm. You years ago. I five hours was everything within the first five hours. I could tell you how popular videos gonna be. That's changed completely. The algorithm now no longer rewards instant. Success it kind of builds over time and so i try to that for longtime like the first five hours everything and the loss rate between our one and two and three and four. What i've learned now is the week the one week number for views as a really really good metric and the change between the next morning and the one week is a really good metric. How much is it kind of growing in that time. That now is sort of the metric for me that it's going to be more successful but i also track a lot of other stuff revenue and yeah watch time one thing. I've been interested recently. Youtube has provided a new metric. Which is you can see where in your video people drop off. Look exactly what point. I found that tremendously interesting. Oh here's what people don't wanna see. Here's the more you'll even see. Sometimes videos actually increase in the middle of the video presumably because people have been late or something and it's like. Oh well maybe that should have been sooner to help more people or whatever that is really interesting stuff they give you so much data that you can peruse. What's really interesting about. This is it is true. You seem like the most data informed youtuber. That i've talked to but the format is like giving example like for someone who makes something that if format that you've just described as kind of richard like right. Where would you see if you're of. You're of the channel kind of responding to this the biggest way to see it is the vehicles that i choose to review. It is very clear to me that certain types of vehicles do a lot better than others even certain country of origin vehicles that sort of thing and vat heavily informs the decisions that i make about which vehicles review. I've always told people and i believe deeply. It was up to me. My entire fan would be eighties and nineties. We're like too high tech for their Just did a review on maximum. Today from nineteen eighty. Six talked to you like when the door was open it and say the door is open ridiculous. And i would love you more cars like that but my metrics tell me that actually people what they want new. Yeah there's a lot of suv's and family cars on your channel. Is that a connection. Between the metrics and people are buying and obviously. There's an advocate connection. There too is much as i love to do videos with weird. European cars Chevy tofte i mean those videos just they make all the money. You can get half the views and make the same money with a video like that because it's in market car. Shoppers americans looking for these cars canadians. And that's a that's what pays the best. Is that coming through the youtube partner program. Is that you selling direct. How does that revenue work for you. All through two beds. That's what i use the. I'm curious because you know your channel is. It's a huge success. You were able to leverage into launching another kind of business entirely which i do want to talk about but the actual mechanics of how a youtube channel works where the money comes from. Who's getting the splits. And how predictable it is. They are just a blackbox for everyone and every side of the equation. I'm always curious. Like how big is your team makes the channel with you. Make all the scheduling..
"one five hours" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
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"one five hours" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"To the show and hopefully we'll see how they are. And I don't, so let me see where Mister Sparks is. here. And I'll send them a link again. And then how will should be here? Any second? I know we had some technical issues. So we'll see what happens. Although, some people seem to think that I'm the only one who has technical issues. Well, guess what? It's the freaking internet. Yeah. I know thinking he's doing his show, but he was going to do it along with me. So I don't know what's going on. Matt Lewinsky Jaan, I love Highlands. Hope doesn't my girlfriend, then he looked. I know how his life he was coming on him off. So let me see what's going on. Let's see. Yeah, he's supposed to be here. Let's see. He's probably trying to figure out how he's going to do this. Let me just get rid of this right there. and, So, we'll see. In the meantime. Let's all enjoy. Idiot, that is known as Mike Lindell. Now, he doesn't even realize what he's saying on this symposium. So this is too funny. So I'll share this with you. Oh, here comes how well we might as well play this for help to okay. Yeah, I'll take a gander at this. I think you'll enjoy it. Why is? Because there's going to be a lot of live? This is how we starts off as the reason I want to do this lot into the reason I want to do this live is because there's going to be a lot of Lies. By the way, the big lie is the big light off. And what we're going to do with this medium, but the band me and there's a lot of them here with out there. Believe me as I invited him into the reason I want to do this slide is because there's a lot of Lies. By the way, the big lie is the big lie. The big lie is the big lie. Let's have a part lying upon lying and the big why we lie down as just one of the most beautiful lies you could ever tell. Like I'm by the way, I'm live streaming at two people at once. This is I'm doing my live stream, which I'm carrying the whole Michael and Ellen on stage right now, and then I'm joining you. So this is a, you know, I have to say, this is a, this is a party. There's, it's, it's a lot of fun. Now, the first, I'm listening to the first five hours before I went on the air because they've been at this for a while. I they basically have been rehashed during a lot of the stuff. He's been showing in his other in his videos. He basically has. This is the Roadshow version. That was the music video. This is the we're going to try and recreate nice live mistake. You know what I mean? This is, this is this is his Milli Vanilli moment. This is the Ashlee Simpson. SNL. This is where that Michael and L is I suppose he's going to show everybody that like, didn't watch his documentary movies..
"one five hours" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Let's get back to tom whitney well. Usually i like to start with background but You know i wanted to make sure we. We chatted a lease a little bit of golf before we got into. What makes your story unique. And i think we'll kind of circle back around on some more technical gulf stuff as well. But in your my. Where's where's your background story. Start you don't see a lot of people go from the air force academy to professional golf wondering if you could tell us a little bit of that story. Yeah so i'll to go just quickly leading up to the academy i. I grew up in northern california and lake tahoe area. The two guys just in reno-tahoe area and somehow picked up the game of golf at age. Seven where in tahoe where it snows nine months out of the year so i didn't grow up scanner snowboarding. I grew up playing golf and wants my brother. And i kind of really developed some solid golfing talent. My parents amid a genius decision to move all of us down to southern california and and mccain to palm desert area. And i mean that place you have one hundred and fifty golf courses within thirty minutes of driving everywhere. You look every corner just like starbucks tres. a golf course down there and So that's that's what i did as a as a kid i'd i'd go to school and then i play golf and thousand babysitter. That was my role model. That was my mentor. It was it was just being immersed in golf and learning how to get better and learning life lessons through the game and then my brother who's two years older than me in school he got recruited to play at the air force got me and And then threw him being there. I've got to visit campus and met. The coach saw. The team saw the facilities and really just thought it was a a neat place. I won't say that. I grew up with a ambition to serve my country from a young age. I don't have a long history of dad grandfather. Great grandfather all also in the military. My grandpa was a will to pilot but that was the extent other than my brother. But i thought it would be really fun to follow her brother's footsteps and check it out and the fact that he was already there like i mentioned i met to coach and also got recruited to play there and just just kind of ended up there and and freshman year is absolutely terrible. I wanted to leave every single day. Christmas break let's terrible about it so you start off with a six week boot camp. And that's in june july and august but it's six weeks of basically working out every day doing exercise. You don't wanna do your getting yelled at whistles. They don't really use logic you know. If you're the first guy out there in line will then you're just going to be the guy that's in the frontline. Rest the push-up position. The longest amount of time for six weeks. You can't really do anything right but on the on the other side of things the cadre side. They're they're breaking these basic cuts down to where they ha. They have no other option but to rely on one. Another to get through this. You cannot get through basic training on your own. If if you don't make friends and ask for help you have no chance of getting through. Some of my closest relationships are from people in my in my freshman squad. People i went through basic training with people. I graduated with from the academy just because it it's hard and you're going through it together you're taught to rely on others just to survive and so out of basic freshman year freshman year. I remember sleeping in a lot of classes. Even if you have an off period. I remember fallen asleep in in bathroom. Stalls or or or empty classrooms because oftentimes. You don't even want to go back to your your room if you have an off period because you've got a traverse across campus which means you're running on these perimeter marble strips on the square in between all the buildings if someone's curious just google toronto so at the air force academy and the outer marble strips is what freshmen have to run on. They can't cut corners. That can't go in straight lines. They got to run this perimeter. Once you get in the hallways you have to address every single upperclassmen by their name rank. You have to memorize information about them if they have if they're seniors. Juniors you got know a car. They are what car they drive. What they're studying hometowns. You know just access pressure required a memorizing it and again you can't do it on your own. You gotta lean on your classmates flash cards to learn all this stuff. Yeah so so yeah you you just kinda learn how to hide out like that's that's why i said instead of going back to your your classroom off period you just kind of find someplace to hide out. Take a little nap. Do whatever you gotta do. And then the highlight of the day is is lunch because you get to your teammates and then go down to practice. And so yeah. Those first five hours of the day are pretty pretty grueling and then you get to escape down the golf course and a man the golf course facility at the air force academy is just absolutely gorgeous. It's it's backdropped on right up against the mountains in colorado springs have thirty six holes there now. The golf team has their own locker room. Short game area. Driving range Indoor hitting facility surreally. It's started to become a five star facility and but it was pretty cool to be able to call this place home for four years. So yeah just just a circle back. You know that. That's a freshman year's is you have all these kind of silly rules that you have to hold their to kind of break down to teach you to well. They're supposed to teach you how to manage time and and not procrastinate and somehow slipped through but once you once you earn all of your rights back as upperclassmen starting that sophomore year. A lotta that extra stuff kind of goes away and then it's just it's just more classes and and golf So life kind of got a lot more normal starting a sophomore year other than i studied social sciences. That was my major. But i think one of the reasons i chose that was that was the least number of credits to graduate but i still think that number was one hundred forty six or one hundred and forty eight credits because the gen ed at the academy is just so stout it was tough. But you know you graduate and you get that diploma from the air force academy and i mean it. It opens a lot of doors Let me tell you the. I've been able to lean on the just the brotherhood and fraternity of not only the alumni group at the academy but I've i've had support from every single service whether it be army. Navy marines air force just. It's pretty cool because me being one of the one of the few veterans out there that are playing professional golf anyone that's tied to the military is is eager to kind of be part of my support and be willing to lend a helping hand if if i need it whether it's host housing or support otherwise i mean i've got a lot of people rooting free in my corner just from the military alone. Yeah gosh i believe that as i say on top of all that now go out and play golf too is is a challenge that you're trying to deal with but tell me about your career post academy your career in the airforce and some of the interesting things you've got to got to do with the air force so in two thousand and ten. When i graduated from that season that i actually cracked the top twenty five in the individual rankings on golf week or golf stat or whatever that is so. That was when i kind of realized that okay. I'm gonna eventually try fulltime golf as a as a career path. Now when you graduate from the kademi you also a number of years. service back. That's not a bad thing. I mean you graduate debt free from the academy and then you have a guaranteed job for five years..
"one five hours" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Athletes then you have to give an all time great the benefit of the doubt and like if that's what this person needs then that's what that person needs. Does that make our hero. Not necessarily but it makes her human and so the point and rats attention right like we don't want our our heroes to be humid right and this is a conversation about recognizing the inherent humanity in the elite athlete but also the olympics is. There is something to be gained from and something to be said for like holding people up a little bit higher as benchmarks to you. Know kind of drive our own aspirations. I want heroes right so that cut out characters have to appreciate that. They're actually human. They're flawed but i think we all benefit when we celebrate people who do amazing things. I agree and that's part of what makes your your podcasts. Such such a must-listen because you bringing in unknown heroes a lot or maybe sometimes it is unknown hero or even just you know but to if you if you let one of those heroes talked for two hours you're going to understand and appreciate the the humanity will probably tell you what their weaknesses are. You know their security or what happened. Make it seem possible for you to be your own hero. Which is the whole point right at the end. Yeah but the idea was simone that because she's this great champion. She is disempowered from making those kinds of decisions for herself is wrong. Like you can't opt out your our hero. You're the you're the world champion. You're not supposed to do this so i. I am projecting onto you a set of rules that you must adhere to in order to remain the hero in my mind. Yup and that's fucked up his fucked up and the other fucked up thing. Is that here. We are human being social creatures who have become social media creatures right. And that's what we're talking about in the bo burnham backlash to the backlash to the backlash to the thing. That's just begun six six media cycles within the first five hours of the story and it's like an and until we actually heard about the twisties a couple days later when she posted it. Nobody actually knew why she quit. Yeah no one knew like on the but that doesn't stop everybody from having their taker opinion or pierce morgan from getting in bloviating and discord feeds this court because yes piers morgan and people in the right had that take but on the left we do it to the left rails against criminal justice system and harsh sentences. Unless it's the cop that murder. George floyd the right loves cops wants to make love to the constitution. Unless we're talking about twenty twenty election and insurrection on january six. I mean exactly everything. It's just what's politically expedient. Yeah personally benz to ben's to the you know the the political ambition exactly and know personal freedom for trans people is good personal freedom massacres not good or vice versa. You know it's like it's like one side stakes out of position. The other screams and yells and on the left. You better screaming well. Y'all accurately the right way if you don't you're just a little bit out of step you're going to get your and we need a new culture you know we need not only do we. Not wanna buy into heroic individualism. We need to replace this. Mimi mimi with we over me. And if that starts with conversations You know the favorite my favorite moment of the olympics. So far are the two high jumpers from qatar. Italy who would both tied and they were given opportunity. Do you want to jump off. And one of you will be the true champion at or do you want to share a gold medal. And they shared the gold medal. They hugged and kissed and it was beautiful. And it's like it's like people love that that's great and that makes me feel good to also back to the stoic. Kind of response. Like if you are the gladiators use do you accept that you say no we will. We will fight to the death to figure out who's better i think. Russell crowe in gladiator would hugged him. On han soo maybe life was on the line a little bit. Higher higher stakes. I do that story. Yeah that was a good tedtalk. Thank you for my ted talk. Are you still. Are there more points. That need to be made sweating now to have perspiring. Listen man. it's i think it's interesting that this is all coming up in the context of the olympics because the olympics is all about of all. it's a globalist agenda right. Yeah globalist by nature original glass. Is this not the one thing where the world can stop. And we can all celebrate together and agree upon you know Celebrating these amazing human beings. Not i guess. I guess well i've never there hasn't been this kind of discord in olympic. Well i guess there always is. You ain't ate. We boycott in eighty eighty four. So it's always there's been a a political aspect to all of this out. I feel like now that's drilled down into it's becoming even more because of the way that the culture is the difference is now it's not nations that are having political infighting orndorff leaders from from groups within a nation. It's it's individuals over bullshit. It's not like we're not even talking about You know black power in nineteen sixty eight. At a time when there is incredible oppression over the and they actually risk their gold medals and gave up their gold medals knowing they would do it right. We're not talking about Nine hundred sixty eight. We're talking about a woman. A young woman making a decision for herself and then it becoming politically like that was a political issue. I know this is like this is. This isn't a political issue. It really isn't and then it becomes wine so it's like it's backwards and and you know. I think it's upon becoming upon us to want to get getting back to your comments like listeners. We got all be willing to have conversations with people who disagree with us. You know we have to because we're not going to get anywhere in solving big problems unless we're willing to do that so it's interesting. The olympics showed us another lesson there but yeah. That's you know simone. Manuel the swimmer. Yeah african american swimmer. Cash her first name. Simone right yes. So everybody's confusing her with simone biles tweet. She had to tweet. I don't do gymnastics cone now. With like i did not know that has forty two thousand likes that tweet. Clarify like no. I'm not the gymnast. But i'm also olympia anyway crazy I love the olympics. I would say that. I've i've watched less of this olympics than any other olympics. That are that have ever been since i've been alive simply because i've been too busy. Which is kind of a bummer. Yeah we're also I don't have cable tv. So i got the peacock app for our television. So i could watch it. Thinking i'd be able to stream whatever else sees and it doesn't work that way. Nbc's to why. I ended up like experiencing the olympics through clips which was not ideal really But there are a couple olympic related. Things that i think we need to talk about beyond simone. The first is what is with this. See bullshit with rotc russian a variety. So we know sickly..
"one five hours" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"He was a light heavyweight. These dudes are big man. I mean this big junior pigs too. Big i i. I mean my first time. When i when i came back and i was my first five hours. I was nervous. Homes like man. Like i just jumped two divisions and i'm like hit here ready to finally like okay i got. I guess i gotta put work and once i got under. I just feel uncomfortable. I don't i don't panic under pressure. I liked pressure. 'cause it pushes me to the next level you know. So what's i got in there. I mean i'm not really Means basically levers him. That's it the matter way class with nothing so give me some of the names of the heavyweight you've been sparring with because that's a huge transition as well when you're smarmy like light heavyweights in probably crews awaits to start sparring with heavyweights. It's a huge transition. I mean obvious. Born tony yoga for jamba lease while the guys are jersey or you went to virgils. Jim burgess into. I went to burge's so i was like we gotta stop right there. Hold on hold on. You can't tell me around. Virgil hunts a man. Did he whisper anything ear. Did he tell you he likes you. Know the way you fi- he was a big. He's a big fan You like gave me a whole bunch of proteins in this in that. And he's like van yet. You just just keep moving forward and you're gonna be greatest keep working so it was israel. Wow so he signed. He said he thinks you'll be great. Yeah that's amazing man. I know virgil very well. A very nice person. And i actually was at the tank barrios fight and i seen them there obviously in a post fight interview with him. That's amazing so tony yoka. That's a tall man. I think we were just talking about him today. Is you like six nine. Thank so some around there. So how how was it trying to reach a tall man like that especially skilled. He uses his his little bit. World surprises was comfortable. I mean i didn't really have any problems with it. Was religious a matter of getting the distance. I but once i got my distance like i'm i'm naturally a boxer. I'm not really a pressure fighter. But if i have to pressure i can cause no since i was though. That's what i was taught so with him. It was more of a boxing thing. I never really tried to go inside on this. Because he has really he's key punches uppercut that that uppercut is crucial on them. So i try to stay one outside. Box use my movement in other pretty good with tassels box with a taller longer man. That's impressive do the opposite. Sometimes people people expected to come in and just borrow somebody when you box. It gives him like it changes mentality. they don't know what to do. Do.
"one five hours" Discussed on Less Than Average Podcast
"Help there are more than one way that they can help you and of course they also have a network of different organizations that they know of so if they can't help you the point you in the right direction so please please please. And if you're a gamer you have to join the discord. The discord will come through the screen and smack you and then drag you in there okay. It's worth it. One hundred percent Man math. I gotta tell ya amazement. Which having other podcast man. Thank you so much they. I can't wait for is event. Right digitizing ready people were raising twenty five hundred dollars. It will might happen in the first five hours. Maybe we'll see we're going to go with our goal for five hours and then everything else on. There's candy i will actually little side note. Be away some of my merchants. Well the little bit little bit enticement plebeian casement here and there. Yes lots of stuff to give away. We'll give more information out as we as we continue so everybody keep your eyes peeled onto the social. Oh where can they followed. Were project on social speaking of which yes. Yes yes so. You can find wounded warrior projects socials. All over. you know we're on instagram. Facebook twitch Twitter were with dub is all over social media channel so it just. If you're on twitter it's ad dub dub And you can check out some really cool content. They post lots of helpful for veterans. And they just. They pose a lot of really cool content. Our social team does a good job. But thank you so much for having me on this. I'm really looking forward to the next time that we get to interact. You know i'm looking forward to. Hopefully you know during the event. Maybe we can blame him. Games together You know and do something a little different. Maybe some apex legends or something like that. Yeah you can carry on. Now you'll be carrying small. Yeah i i used to. I used to play a lot of apex legends But i haven't played. But i'm just starting to get back into it and it's just it's just a fun game. It's super fun. It is a fun game. It's good that you can kinda jump back in. This is always something new to learn that game. So we'll definitely get some matches in for sure guys will offer. Listening has been matt's on less than average podcasts. You guys stay average out there and we'll see you soon. Have a good.
"one five hours" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"In Bubbly all that stuff happened to The book and this is not a book where i'm taking a victory lap. It's not me saying hey look at me. I'm awesome Everything is awesome. It's not that this is about like reality of peeling baghdad on and looking at somebody from the outside as offered out. because that's that's what it is. A fancy suits on online sitting gray seats at games run multiple sports organizations. I've got live beautiful neighborhood. I got this amazing wife for twenty five years but guess what how about. Get your face caked in repeatedly and what you learn when you get your face kicked in your face is that they're always amazing lessons to learn and and that's what joy is. That's where the people you meet. That's where families form. That's how you get strengthen grow that's how you learn. That's that's why trust process import is like you know the fake veneer If you compete behind the curtain you see. Everybody has that crap in less and it's messy is okay and i want everyone to know that it is okay and that you can get through it now. He'd get through it which you're gonna learn grow and that mountain you're climate. I got tell you like it's the wrong. Analogy is is the client of the top of the mountain. Everyone gets no. And i think it's important to point out and i'm glad you did as you were going through kind of all of these things. He's challenges that people face in life that these were your challenges that this book is not as you say a victory lap. This is whatever success people see and scott meal. Ceo of the sixers and harris blitzer. You've been through some stuff professionally and personally and you're you're very open about it very raw in this book. And i think that that's the lessons are obviously grounded in your your own experience and and it and it has been. It's been obviously pretty tough. So i want to emphasize that because i think people if they look at it as a book like this is just one of those motivational books or some. Ceo's going try telling me how to live my life like no folks scott's been through some shit okay. He's he's he's seen a lot. Yes i can. I on this podcast. I apologize but anyway And i think there's a lot of stuff in there and so. I think this is not just for people who are mba's or ceo's teacher musician writer. Whatever i do think there are great. Just kind of life lessons in here for everyone are there. Do you think some of these because you are writing this from the perspective of a business person. Are there some that you think are the most universal that you find that your friends who are in other walks of life relate to the most. Yeah yeah. I mean what i've heard from When you read a book you know it is pretty humbly. I mean especially if you put out there you know is raw in humbling. So the first thing you know you you try to avoid is like the month thing because my mom takes up amazing. I promise you she. She described person. Who wrote my bio for that. They send you for its cost. So it's like you know. And and i love my mom. She loves this book and she thinks genius. I've gotten a note from trainers Credit pretty amazing Literally sweating level company to said like your audio book. I was driving from wherever to idaho. Something he said. I cry into first five hours. Smells like all right. I'm gonna be better father. I'm gonna be better husband and enact that makes it worse. I will say that is that matters. So is there some yet..
"one five hours" Discussed on Play Your Way
"I mean for anybody who hasn't played it. you know. i used to say that before. I played echoes. I would recommend like three houses and echoes. I don't recommend that goes anymore as your first one. But i still strongly recommend three houses the first game. If you're trying to get into the franchise. I'll say this though. So having known that we had that discussion prior You definitely said you know. This is a good one to start out with you. Know i even. I think i saw like through twitter. Timeline maybe in youtube videos. That people even agreed was like. Yeah you know this is a good one to start out with high will admit the first five hours was kind of overwhelming. It was a little complex learning everything taking everything and trying to remember everything and what to do in any kind of get in a rhythm. I for the first five hours. Every time i went to go play. I was like i really. Don't wanna go back to this and and kinda have to learn and remember what to do it once. I got over that hump and kind of figured it out of you know the gates you know went wide open and it was fine when i got to that point but during the reason why i bring it up during that entire process it had me wondering is a really A fire emblem game. That really showcases game play really showcase a story and dial back a bit for a newcomer in regards to kind of not having to remember all this stuff and even take away the you know the prior knowledge of three different routes in kind of understanding that but even like monastery and just have just all this stuff. That is extra in. That is good and fun when you understand it but it's just stuff for a newcomer to kind of be overwhelmed with. I'm wondering if there's a better one to start out with what i mean like this. One pat the radiance and blazing sword fire seven. Those are the ones that people point to traditionally. As like. if you're wanting to get into the franchise you can start with the swans..
"one five hours" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Think the timeframe helps you there. See the guy that did this? Lee went in there at four o'clock local time in the afternoon. That's right in the middle of your day. You're not necessarily that hunger. If you've had some lunch or had some breakfast, Of course you're getting ready for dinner. But if you wake up, obviously, after just say, an eight hour sleep You walk into a waffle house at six a.m.. Now you've got a better chance to me to knock out like 45 waffles in the first five hours or so. So now you're kind of playing with a little house money over the next couple of hours and getting in there at six A.m. and leaving at six PM doesn't feel as as tragic. He got in there at four p.m. local time and just left Now the overnight hours is going to drag. It's going to be depressing. You're not going to want to eat. The lighting is weird at a Waffle House. The crowd is really weird at a waffle house at that in the middle of the night. I think the time that he tried to do this more as was was inefficient. I agree with that. Although you could argue no TV from a podcast book, some entertainment. There's a few things more entertaining than a Waffle House. And I dare say I would have probably done this on a weekend as well. The A Saturday night late night Waffle House that might be the place to be, he might have had the day wrong, not just the time wrong as well. I mean, we know I've been there at a Waffle House late night. You want to do the overnight hours Saturday night to Sunday morning, man. There's no need for t V. Everything that'll get your juices flowing and you'll get out of there. This Waffle House also had like every waffle House. Quite a number of characters. Lee tweeted as part of this thread that the cook this evening is telling me about the time he got shot in the chest. That he also really likes working here, so These are the types of stories that he's getting BOC's How many waffles do you think you could take down? So I've never had Waffle house so I can't speak from exact experience. But I do love waffles. And I think I'm a sneaky good eater. Um, I want to say That.
"one five hours" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Still chris you get out of here. hold on. i'm getting to him. I'm getting him a note in the bottle. I want the payoff the fill me up. Fill up my cup. Get rid of everything that's left in there and take take a walk. He finished the bottle. Finish the bottle. You guys finish the paintings that we shared it amongst the room. There's another one we'll get out of here. Get out of here with the note. I want the video payoff of doing that. But i got something for us. To god's i look at you go ahead. Fire away roy. It is now time with freedom to set up all this stuff that is owed right. He should do the penalty kick. I don't even remember the goaltender was. He thought he was going to make one of ten six of ten or something ridiculous against an mls goalie. We need to do that. Now that we can no liabilities. Know anything we gotta ropes to god's into some of the promises from the past so that the lies can be unearthed in front of everybody. The keeper could be a dead mike ryan easter. Still a hit as many shots as he said he would hit. I think it was the miami. Fc keeper at the time. Yeah the my saying that. I was a lot younger than and So i feel like maybe four to ten is probably weren't a lot younger like seven years ago so if we if you wanna make it five out of ten that's fine. I thought it was eight. Hundred ten are doing some ridiculous thing. Like i would make a bunch of penalty kicks. I think it was edited. I'd be willing to do it. And still i will still stand by this six out of ten. That's out of your mind. Totally totally out of your mind that you would be able i just i think. We perpetually underestimate how good these people are at the things that they do at the height of competition whether in not in softball but in other places the fight is literally over money and livelihoods among competition hollick. That's how you get to what's happening with garrett cole. These people can't turn it off. Competition hollick's gonna competition a holiday and it's going to go through the pharmacy and the grey areas and everything else and we're going to rail and shake our fist. But part of what's happening. There's is absolutely even you an expert. He's been studying. This for thirty. Years has absolutely no idea how good these people actually are at the things that they're doing. You still think of it as games than i could do that. Even though you're forty eight year old bum who can. I know. But i'm said some serious like your forty eight year old bum. Who spent one of the break smoking cigarettes. And you'd think you'd hit two seven five and women's softball league like you have no idea what you're watching do listen. I still maintain that if you leave me alone in an nba game. I have to be wide open at this point in my life. Okay back then maybe you get a finger in my face. I could drain a couple of threes. If i'm wide open in an nba game. I could do it dan. i'm. I'm a good shooter. I'm a shooter shoot. I know you're doing this off the back of the women's college softball world series. You're watching softball and you're going. I can hit off these women now. We do have a live shot of tony. We'll we'll go to that momentarily. He's following chris to send a message about on the ocean. But i i looked up. I looked up the oklahoma sooners. What what the psychic gifts for the audience so the the oklahoma. The oklahoma sooners are currently in the women's college women's softball world series shannon saliers. Our best pitchers her name. Her opposing batting average is one thirteen right. These are the very best women's college softball players and her opposing batting. Averages one thirteen. How the hell do you think. You're heating to seventy five. Started with chris to up the ante problem to fifty easy all right. I would just like to make a comment. Which is that. I tried to get some women's college world series in Well i tried to get a bug in stugatz as ears so that he could write it and weakened odds and no one really seemed keen on it but now all the sudden everyone on social media is talking about it who we got a big final day. At three o'clock we're talking about on. The show was find that a little metal arc media likes to be all woke in terms of appearances but as soon as a woman speaks of drown or out and do our own thing. And we'll hit two seventy five off the boot. That's how we doing around here in the name of equality. It's not only like you can't talk about it when you wanna talk about it lady when we talk about it watches it to seventy five against the very best in the world. He looks so pissed. I don't know if you saw the letter but the letter says do you pee in pools that's going to be the lead in the bottle. Okay is currently being showed to the camera. Upn okay message vinyl. Somebody's gonna get it think that someone is stranded on an island somewhere needs rescue is going to open it up and be like. Wow someone littered to ask me. Whether or not i pee in pools very good interest very tight wind that's required areas messages in the bottle. You're so excited. The any sort of no communication from the outside. Oh my god. I a bottle from another time. Is this bottle of one hundred years old actual pirates. What is arriving on my choice for three hundred years instead. It's just gonna it's gonna walk down the beach four blocks up on shore and somebody's gonna pick it up in like rally. Somebody's literally like this and just throw bottles into the ocean. Chris cody is confident strut putting glassware into the ocean. Yeah probably anything on the beach. A legal code. He's going to get arrested. Dan you know what's funny about this. This is why i'm happy. Just corporates not around here because of all the funny things that happened during the twenty four hour marathon. One of them is not just that stu gods didn't take care of his our and didn't plant anything and just let adnan talk beyond that. It was the only our where anything illegal was done. Because adnan ends not supposed to be on the phone on facetime so in terms of actual illegal only stugatz during our and that is perfectly glorious because content comes first at every turn but yes his laziness birth not just lazy morality also illegality as the executive saw him worked for the first time and in the first five hours he does something illegal and.
"one five hours" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Vision for the food game for the early access. You know what. I mean like your hidden no one. Can you know like you're secretly given access to this game. Like what would your. What would your expectations be for the single player story length at a normal speed tomorrow around twenty thirty hours maybe mine to sit around forty. You would want a little longer got. I think i would like something. Sorry i jumped in the of politics. I would like something like i fall fallen order. That was fairly short. Yeah like maybe twenty. If you played it you know quite quite a bit exp laurie but it felt like there was a lot there whereas if they kinda stretch did you might have felt quite. I feel for a twenty-five our game. That was tight. Awesome showed a good arc. And then you do vanja like a more a wind expansion like just get get it out being excellent tight. Everything works really well. You've spent your money in a good way but you're setup for the for the dlc not but an expansion. I want to see an expansion. Not like horse arm. yeah but like shivering. India says like outer worlds. And i would say yeah close. Because i'm gonna tell you right now. I have not yet played a game. This is just me. Correct me if i'm wrong. I've not played a game. That is anywhere over forty hours. That has had a story that doesn't feel at some way really bumpy. Slow invitation just can't maintain that it's yeah that's hard. Can you imagine being the writer to that and like dude. you know. maybe you're used to i. It's gotta be fifty hours long of consistent awesomeness in your book. You're done with the first five hours in your like dude. A mile soaked in coconut oil sound taught charac. Do you build your own. Pc gaming order. It i do both just kid from the eighty says maybe persona five royale. What blue sunrise says. Rdr's manage to do that for me keep you enticed that many. No man not for me. I like growth redemption. Not even click. Had lots of pacing issues for me piecing issues and i liked that game tremendous amount. That thing could have been down to like twenty five. Thirty five. thirty would have been nice. Nice salted thirty hours. You want me to spoil it for you guys. Red dead redemption to. You guys. Want me to tell you. Luke is is vader's son. 'cause i spoiled. What's that game. You like so much over the military game where you're the bad guy Checkups ally dude. I was in the podcast. And i'm like well specs up spec up line when you're the bad guy now that that game is older than most of our watchers. It's not but it's also right bitch. I'm i'm pretending the voice. But they did say you know sorta spoil bubba jews s. I'm going to spoil the bible by telling you it ends like what the fuck like. How long do we go at some point. We have to be able to actually talk about video games. Yeah it's a conversation right. What do you think about cyberpunk pacing. Not good mad max. Nail the pacing. Mad max pretty open so the patient could be bad. max. I think he He loved mad. Max but i was really up to. You wasn't a right. Like i could see one of you guys. Come into me and be like dude mad. Max was like a slog nba. And all. i get. I get because of what you did versus what i did i get it..
"one five hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Hillsdale dialogue sponsored by Hillsdale College, and for many, many years, I have sat down and chatted with Dr Larry on President Hillsdale College and one of his team or two of his team. And today we are joined by Professor Adam Carrington. Because I'm going to talk about Grant. I don't know if Dr Oren is with us, but I know that all things he'll tail are at hill tail dot et you and I know that Professor Carrington is here. Good morning, Professor. How are you? I'm doing very well. Hope you're too I am. I want to give you the background as to why we jumped ahead. I asked a doctor aren't to set up a conversation about Grant. I was talking this week with a former member of the Cabinet who is reading extensively on the lives of three people. Nelson Mandela, Carl Gustaf a meal manner, Heym. Put Finland back together again twice and grant because this individual believes we're in a period of political conflict, not unlike that which came in reconstruction. So I started to Iran chair now biography, which is magnificent. I learned more about Grant in about five hours of listening than I knew. How did you come to make Grant a study? Well, it really came from my study of the court during Reconstruction. I had been looking at Steven Field, a Lincoln appointee to the court that was there for all of grants Administration. And who had and a lot of it came from me looking at how the court did good a good or bad job, depending upon the case of enforcing civil rights for African Americans in the south and forcing the new 14th amendment. And it drove drove me really over to grant because Unlike some of the older histories, I started to see how much the executive branch had been more than I think, the judicial active and vigorous and taking on what was a really monumental task, which is How do you protect the future and the rights of the freed slaves after having been in bondage as long as they had an after Now dealing with what was at that time, really a horrible situation in the reconstruction South with facing terror facing Mobs and lynchings and and how much the Grant administration really did Maura than it means in trying to do so that that really pushed me into a study of him having looked at how another branch I think didn't do as good a job and provides a Carrington. Have you read the chair now biography? I have. It's been a little bit, but I thought it was as usual with him. He is such a good storyteller, and I think it's a good in a line of works that are trying to rehabilitate Grant from the reputation that he had had as president for a very long time. That's it's It's quite a revelation to me. We're joined now by Dr on Good Morning, Dr Arnall things he'll downhill tell Dot e d u Did we wake you up when we get you out of bed? I'm sorry about that. It's eight o'clock that I was a little late, calling that and because I was Board. Look, How did you know Grant a lot better than I know Grant. But did you esteem grant prior to this rarely fairly recent reconsideration of his presidency. Yeah. So I have loved Ulysses Grant since I was a boy, which is a really hard thing I grew up in Arkansas. Uh and I always thought he was just cats me out. I read a lot of books about him as a kid. And I think he was a better general than some given credit. For all those of very fine is, Adam says Chernow biography improves his reputation in that regard. And then the reconstruction stuff. That's just shines. In my opinion. I think he just he did. As well as a man could do And you know that's very difficult problem, of course, and it you know, generations trying to get trying to fix it. But he was And he was tough, You know, I mean some of his Confederate general adversaries, especially Nathan Bedford, Forrest. They were achieve obstacles to reconstruction, and he just fought him. Well, you missed the beginning when I told Professor Carrington that this and this might take a couple of weeks I was talking to a former senior member of the administration Cabinet member. About the political situation We're in this week, and this individual told me he is reading Mandela. He's reading Karl Gustav Emil manner Heym, who had never heard of who put Finland together twice after wars, and he's reading and grant and reconstruction, and that he esteems grant greatly and that was news to me. S so I picked up chair now and I am I'm pretty impressed with just the first five hours. So Professor Carrington, will you set the scene for us? After the war ends because reconstruction is what happens after APPA Matics. Right. It's it's amazing how little often in our public discourse. We talk about that era, given how much we speak of the Civil war itself. And you have a a catastrophic event where Lincoln had called in 18 61 for us, uh, not replaced full, Uh, Attempted to appeal the ballots, not bullets to settle our differences, and it didn't work. We had the bloodiest war as far as American casualties we've ever had. And so one of the questions after you do that in the civil War Especially a civil war, where you're facing where you're trying to put the country back together, not just separate from another another country is how do you return to politics? After that. And you have this amazing vindication of the Union against rebellion and the Declaration of Independence and its principles of Freedom and liberty with the enshrining of the 13th amendment. But you that leaves lots of unresolved questions because the South had a long tradition of slavery. It was a very proud people on and certainly with its virtue with their virtues and There. What? What are you going to do for the newly freed men down there? It's one thing to declare a slavery illegal. It's one thing to even win a war. But how do you patch the country back together? How do you protect federalism when the country is that just vindicated the sovereignty of the nation? And again that I think that the most pressing Woz how do you? How do you make it to the South is a place where African Americans can be equal citizens under law equal participants in the political process..
"one five hours" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Payments. No. That's going to get people crazy Tony Cats and 93 W I. B C Good morning, Joe Manchin is going through one of the most powerful senators out there. Right Democrat. There's no exact like a Democrat. To the same extent. Mitt Romney. Lisa Murkowski, They're gonna have some power. Lisa Murkowski wants President Trump to resign. By the way, there is a mathematics. By which it may be smart for Trump to resign. I'll go over that. I'll do that the entire man, but first let's talk about Joe Manchin. He's talking about coronavirus payments. He's not in favor of further blanket direct payments. Right? This is the $2000 stimulus check which Democrats might jump on as of January. 20th 21st. He's like that. We shouldn't do it. He's right. You wanna talk about bolstering unemployment in really making sure the funds get to the people who need it? Yes. Now you could say to me, Tony, You're keeping me from getting a new name. The thing that you're putting in that, right, I hear you. But there's a country to run and we might want to do it properly. I mean, I know I know that so antiquated, right? I am such a throwback. Let me get into this impeachment thing real quick. The argument first that they want to impeach. I don't think works, and I think it's a mistake. This takes me to my list of 10 things. One of those things is that right now, although I disagree with him on so many things ugly things. One of the people making sense is Jim Clyburn. Jim Clyburn says we might wait after by the 1st 100 days to send impeachment articles to the Senate. They just want to impeach now impeaching him A second time won't stop him from running. What they want to do is get a conviction because no person who has a conviction can hold a position of on an office of Honor. I believe those are basically the words of the Constitution. There s so that would be disqualified and that's why they're trying to do Man, That's that's a lot of fear for a guy you told us. His career is over. Just just noticing the politics on that one. You really I mean it Z either fear or just such amazing revenge. Right? Tony. What he did was horrible. Deeds versus words As I've often discussed, even I don't get to the place that he caused an insurrection. But if we're going to now make the argument that words matter, and people's words can be taken towards extreme ends. Well, good. Let's do that. But promise we will apply it everywhere. Don't I don't want to. What about, isn't it If we want to make that application, you could discuss the president's words. It's fine by me. We can discuss all the words because it matters. But if you're going to pick and choose well, then I'm sorry. We just simply were not gonna get along on this one. That's just the way it is. But Clyburn might be. Only one is thinking. About delaying this. I think Democrats look awful if they push for impeachment. I think you're talking about if you think the 75 million voted for Trump aren't galvanized amongst what's happening regarding social media and free speech. Oh, this will do it. This will do it. That's it isn't what you should be what you want, And I don't think it's what Joe Biden want because Joe Biden has this opportunity. Even though I'm not a fan of his He could be that healer in chief that America desperately needs. He could cement his legacy in the first five hours. Forget the 1st 100 days. Cemented. Don't let the country do this. Oh, and by the way, The idea of resignations. You know their senators who want the president to resign. If he resigns. There's already president. For a pardon. By a president Mike Pence. Member John Ford did it for Richard Nixon in order to heal the nation. Let's just move forward. That is not me putting a political opinion to the idea That is me explaining out where these ideas are and what their value might be. It's for you to decide. Opposing payments $2000 payments. That's gonna Chaps and Democrats in the You know where We're gonna get back into the.
"one five hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Ordering. Let's go cross Very let's go over here and see Jerry it Captain Kelly's deep Sea headquarters. See what's happening. He sent me a picture earlier in the week. Good morning, Jerry. Damn. You have a bunch of big red snapper in that picture? Yep. And Red fish. Oh, yeah. I'm gonna tell you that. The five hour trip right now is for the money. Is putting a hurt on him. That was a five hour trip. Yeah. Damn with snapper Big red fish yesterday they hadn't Seven or eight. Nice black dum dum. What we call gulf trout or silver sea trout. They They look like a Sand trout There. There there, little different species and they had quite a bit bigger in the gulf. Firmer from her meet. You know how sand traps gets Gotta motion. You know, they got firmer me, but they had a nice catch yesterday. Um And, uh, The first five hour I sent cuts, a few snapper and so many Gaff top and since then have hardly seen a Gaff top. It's red snapper. Um, red fish, Big Red said. You know, Black drum. Um And engulf trout. Mostly, it's it Z. I am going on that trip next week. By the way now everybody can keep One. Big red fish, right? Right. One oversized wrists. Right? Everybody, you know, in a in a calendar year in a calendar year, ah, the mark the calendar year, but talk some wildlife. Physical year. Whatever the heck you call it. I'm not smart enough to know that kind of stuff. I'm not a bookkeeper, but from September 1st two, August 31st. You can technically keep two oversized red snapper. You got a tag on a free tag on your Original license, and then you could buy another tag for $3. That's red fish, right are red snapper. That's red drum. Red drum, right? Okay? Yeah. Now, now, don't try to buy the extra tags from me before you've used the other one. Don't be thinking ahead because that's not legal. I was doing that. I know walmart doing that. Well, Mark, stop that. But, uh, that's just because they don't understand. And they don't know, but, uh but, yeah, you gotta tag a red fish. It's more than 28 inches slot limit on red fish, Just like on on most, uh Most likes for black bass in the state of Texas Flock. The slaughters 22 28 on the on red fish have to be 20 inches long. Can't be more than 28. Except for that one fish. And that one day and your limit of red fish per day is three. Now that one day that you catch that oversized red fish, you can actually have four red fish that day. Really? But three of them have to be in the slot, right? Yeah. Wow. Okay. So y'all Yeah. Read you catch that oversized red fish is your last red fish of the day. They're gonna say you already had three. What were you doing? Um uh Mission for something else. You're gonna have laughed a lie, boy. Yeah, that's exactly when you got your limit. I mean, I guess you could say you were doing catching released. But I'd have to look he right deep in your eyes and see if you were lying. Yeah..